Mic Bowman Principal Engineer, Intel Labs
That is certainly our intention. The success for us is a whole new class of applications. Intel benefits because these applications are very compute-bound, in this sense. If we make it possible for people to have these very rich interactions with people, the experiences that we can have are tremendous. It's back to that virtual Gettysburg. Can I create these national parks, these virtual national parks, that are realistic enough that someone can really experience it and get that reaction of standing where Pickett started his charge?
And again it's not a replacement for being there in person. We'll never achieve that level of realism, but for those people who are at a distance and can't participate every day in these things, it allows them to share in those experiences in a much richer way.
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